Ministry of Public Works and Transport
The development of the coastal town of Minieh in North Lebanon requires the rehabilitation of its main road and the design of a Promenade Boulevard and a small port. The Boulevard runs alongside the sea shore for more than 6.5km. It was designed with a 30-meter width, a sidewalk on one side, and side parking on the other. The small fishing port connected to the boulevard and the main road has a jetty of 100 meters and berth for fishing small boats. Landscaping was provided for flower and tree strips, benches, balustrade, kiosks, toilets, and other road furniture. The design was integrated in the urban plan to become a touristic attraction for visitors and local inhabitants.
Within the town itself, the central street whose length is 1.37km was widened to 15 meters and reconstructed with sidewalks, traffic signs, and a street lighting network.
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